Updated August 7, 2019
Between its beautiful sites, its eclectic culture, and its strong, vibrant economy, Colorado has a lot to offer! Case in point: it has the uncommon distinction of being both one of the nation’s healthiest states and one of its best places for doing business, according to Forbes. Understandably, this makes Colorado a desirable place for small business owners and entrepreneurs to be.
If you have a small group that may be able to qualify for small business health insurance in Colorado, eHealth is the perfect place to get started. We are your advocates for small group health insurance—not only will we make shopping for plans easy, but we help you throughout applying, enrollment, and even after you have purchased your group coverage.
If you buy on eHealth, you can immediately start comparing quotes on plans on our Colorado small business health insurance page.
Small business health insurance is a type of coverage that applies to several enrolled members of a group. In order to apply for small business health insurance, you need to have at least two members (so even an owner with one employee can get group coverage). In fact, eHealth found in 2018 that the average employer group applying for health insurance had 3.9 covered employees, which might be explained by the expensive plans in the unstable individual market.
If you’re thinking that more affordable plans are too good to be true, some explanation might help. Small group plans are often more affordable for the following reasons:
Like many states, Colorado makes a concerted effort to ensure that as many people as possible are able to afford health insurance. The state has thus created a number of incentives that encourage small businesses to provide group coverage for their employees, including:
eHealth is committed to providing you all the information you need to obtain quality healthcare for yourself, your employees, and your family. For more information on small business health coverage in Colorado and across the United States, visit our website today.
Group and employee definitions vary by insurance company and state, so be sure to check with a licensed insurance agent to find out the details for your specific situation.
This article is for general information and may not be updated after publication. Consult your own tax, accounting, or legal advisor instead of relying on this article as tax, accounting, or legal advice.